Friday, April 16, 2010
The same series of "Natural Theology" lectures William James participated in, at the turn of the last century in Scotland, was most recently continued with Michael Gazzaniga's "What We Are" last Fall.
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The 'father of science fiction' HG Wells suffered terribly from class anxiety. Huxley and Woolf thought him 'vulgar'
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"And maybe this is what I have learned more than anything from my great-great-grandfather: to keep my eyes and my mind open, to enjoy the wonders of nature and never cease to ask questions." Sarah Darwin, foreword to "A Modest Genius: The story of Darwin's life and how his ideas changed everything" by Hanne Strager